Advance-CTR will kick off a new Seminar Series on Monday, September 11 at the University of Rhode Island. The monthly Series will feature presentations by awardees of Advance-CTR's Pilot Projects Program and Mentored Research Awards, as well as other meritorious faculty from around Rhode Island's research community.
Audience members will have the opportunity to learn about cutting-edge clinical and translational research in the state as it occurs, at all stages. Whether it is early on, as the research is developing, or near publication. Presenters gain the chance to showcase their work and progress in a collaborative, interdisciplinary setting, and get constructive feedback to help them refine and strengthen their work.
The Seminars will feature two, 20-minute presentations followed by feedback and questions. They will be held at alternating Advance-CTR partner locations.
Save the Date!
The first Advance-CTR Seminar Series kicks off Monday, September 11 at the University of Rhode Island, Kingston Campus. The one-hour series will feature two, 20-minute presentations followed by a 10-minute Q&A for each. The speakers are:
Patrycja M. Dubielecka-Szczerba, PhD, and Elena Oancea, PhD: "New Mechanism of Chemoresistance of Leukemic Stem Cells."
Kerri Kim, PhD, and Kunal Mankodiya, PhD: "Brain/behavior mechanisms of emotion dysregulation in adolescents with Mood and Anxiety Disorders."
Details: Monday, September 11, 2017 from 12 noon to 1 p.m. University of Rhode Island, Kingston Campus, Fogerty Hall, room 028. Light refreshments will be provided. Attendees may bring their lunch.